The Golden Hour Past, Present and Future and Our Tune: I am married with a two-year-old son. I was expecting our second baby this year. We both wanted a little girl but the baby inside me seemed more like Georgie Best. He kicked and moved all the time, hardly giving me a moment's peace. In April I gave birth to a boy. On his arrival I saw why I'd had trouble with him kicking: he had enormous legs and big feet. About this time a record came out which made me laugh and seemed appropriate: "Nice Legs Shame About the Face", This will always be 'Our Tune'.
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